I suspect that, if Bertha and I were not already friends, she would be very friendly with me after getting this handspun I spun for her.
It took me longer than I would have liked to spin (even longer for the twist to set); but, it's pretty fabulous, if I do say so myself; and, obviously I do.
But wait, there's more! I spun some of the wool from my friend, Kathy.
When she gets her own blog, I will link to her. But for now, I will have to refer back to the post where I dyed 2 pounds of New Zealand perrendale wool at my friend's house. I wasn't sure that my rudimentary dye job on the roving would look all that great when spun up. Sometimes it's good to be wrong. I think this is really pretty. I am going to add it to my fall knitting pile, I don't know what I am going to do with it yet. I am, of course, open to suggestions.
And I have finished some other projects, here's a sneek peek....